Irvine Co. has its own take on how to incorporate fitness amenities into their office campuses; the Newport Beach landlord’s Kinetic offerings at several of its larger complexes—introduced a few years ago—offers what it calls a “private resort-style fitness center” for its tenants.

At the next phase of development at its mid-rise Spectrum Terrace campus, now in the early stages of work, Irvine Co. is going for the gold in amenities. Alongside three more mid-rise office buildings totaling 345,000 square feet, it’ll be adding one of the area’s few Olympic-length pools, officials tell the Business Journal.

Along other flourishes, Spectrum Terrace will create “a sense of place through amenities and experiences that don’t exist anywhere else in Southern California—exceeding even those found on campuses of global technology companies,” said Jonathan Brinsden, who took over the president role at Irvine Co.’s office division a few months ago.

The last phase of the office complex is set to open a year from now. Irvine Co. says the first six buildings at Spectrum Terrace are 80% leased.